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Insight: Molly Munger / California's Non-elected Power Players / American Voice Off / Todd Morgan

Published September 24, 2012

Molly Munger - Wealthy education advocate Molly Munger is fiercely battling to pass Proposition 38 this November, which would generate about 10 billion dollars a year for schools. She argues that a rival tax initiative- Proposition 30 backed by California Governor Jerry Brown - doesn't go far enough to help schools. Munger sat down with Capital Public Radio's state government reporter Amy Quinton to talk about Proposition 38 and what it would mean if it passes.

California's Non-elected Power Players - Capitol Weekly is a respected source for news on California state government and politics. It has been publishing for nearly 25 years and have been covering the California political beat for over seven years. Each year it publishes the eagerly-anticipated Top 100 List - a rundown of the most powerful non-elected political players in the state. Although the Top 100 has no official standing, making the list is seen as essential by many political professionals in the state.

American Voice Off Now! - "Laguna Creek American Voice Off Now!" is an original comic take on reality singing contests, and the newest production by Laguna Creek High School Theatre. We'll talk with Laguna Creek's theatre teacher, student director, and two actors--listen for a live scene and a preview of songs from the play.

Todd Morgan Benefit for Peter Oakes - Todd Morgan, the 20-something with the soul of a 1950's rockabilly band leader, is returning to Insight with a new endeavor. He's using his music to help raise money for a friend struggling in a fight against stage IV Head and Neck Cancer. Todd Morgan will be performing a benefit concert Sunday evening at Blue Anchor Stage in Loomis.


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